REVIEWED: NEDS (LFF – DAY 8)
October 22, 2010 Leave a comment
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Peter Mullan’s Neds is an unpleasant, but gripping and slyly moving picture about one’s ability to transcend social circumstance to make a better life for oneself. Whether that is possible, and the consequences of the inherent friction comprises Mullan’s thesis in this sharp, well-acted drama about mid-1970s working class Glasgow.